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POST DATE 9/8/2016
END DATE 12/19/2016
Fort Wayne, IN
JOB DESCRIPTIONHow would you like to work for a company that was ranked in the top 10 of the "MOST ADMIRED COMPANIES" in the world ! This global company provides fabulous career growth potential and has the most recognized, premier products in the industry.
We are searching for a Process Engineer who will lead quality and productivity improvement projects using continuous improvement tools including Lean, PDCA, Six Sigma, and Theory of Constraints. He/she will actively take part in root cause analysis, process documentation, and implementation of corrective actions to solve problems. He/she will work with and lead dynamic teams to prepare and implement capital improvement projects and drive development of capable and robust products and processes.
* 4yearengineeringdegreepreferred, 4year technical degree or equivalent required
* 3 or more years of engineeringexperience in a manufacturing environment
* Demonstrated track record of successful project execution and applied leadership
* Excellent presentation, verbal, and written communication skills
* Training experience including materials development, leading and facilitating
* Ability to work in a cross functional team environment
* Strong ability to drive positive change
* Six Sigma Green/Black Beltexperiencerequired, certification preferred
* Lean Manufacturing experiencerequired, certification preferred
* Project management experiencerequired, Project Management Professional (PMP) preferred
* GD&T, APQP, PPAP, Gage R+R, Capability Analysis, D/PFMEA experiencepreferred
* Minitab, MS Visio, and MS Project experiencepreferred
* Experience in SMC processing from formulations of mix to finished product preferred
* Experience with any/all of the following processes preferred: SMC processing including formulations and compounding, compression molding, steel roll forming, stamping, processing, adhesive/sealant application, polyurethane foam formulation and injection, machining of fiberglass, steel, and wood substrates